Let's just say after 3 sessions, I decided I'm "all in", meaning I committed to doing all 20 sessions, because I see the potential to be the best version of myself, and because of the many benefits I have noticed already.
First one being: I think more clearly! I have been plagued all my life with something like (but not quite) ADD, meaning it's hard for me to get organized and stay focused. Well, at tax time (my personal version of hell) 3 weeks ago, after one session of Higher Brain Living (HBL), I was organized, everything in a neat box, my desk clear, and everything ready to go to the accountant.....this is nothing short of a miracle!!! (usually there are piles of papers scattered all over the place and I'm running around like a crazy woman right up until the appointment throwing things in various boxes and envelopes to TRY and make it on time to his office!)
AND, AND......MUCH less anxiety about the huge bill I normally have to pay! Organization, piece of mind.....PRICELESS!!!!
Also noticing that I feel happier, calmer, more present with people, and have more of a desire to exercise and take better care of myself than I did before. Overall, I am "tasking" better throughout the day....my brain is seeing more options, I am working smarter rather than harder, and I feel much more optimistic than I did before.
Jim Case (the center director) is an excellent facilitator. I've been a student of personal growth and a health practitioner for over 16 years, and I am very impressed with not only his knowledge, but also his level of insight and caring- I trust that I am in very capable hands, and deeply appreciate the conversations and support he has already given me! We just "click".
FOLLOW UP REVIEW
Well, I did it.......I've completed all 22 sessions of my Higher Brain Living program!!!
7 months into it, and I can truly say I am a changed person! I am handling the stressors in my life with more grace and ease than ever, I am feeling MUCH more positive, hopeful, and dare I say that a feeling of PEACE and CONTENTMENT is becoming more and more my predominant state of being (even in the midst of some extremely challenging issues I've been dealing with these past few months with my work and home, I might add).